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School: Oregon State
Course: CMOS INTEGRATED CIRCUITS I
H002. '50th Xu Pfoblaml: I I F'h My W" W W 4W 0/1 MI, 19/11 magma £37; Mo; z $4 SIWKW , [av/£437 f lm 00am # ND)? u m,g.mce 2254 T , 1W 0W5 be «57thsz as Bellow , which 55 CL 75] Mal "59cm W 1%" WW7. m - 2? Thu, Lolwle tmsméwmw 6m : W W34 M2 :.
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Course: Digital Signal Processing4
ECE464/564: Digital Signal Processing HW#1 Solution 4.5 a) xc (t ) 0, | 2 .5000 TheNyquistrateis2timesthehighestfrequency. T 1 sec.ThisavoidsallaliasingintheC/C 10000 converter. b) 1 10kHz T T 1 c 8 10000 c 2 .625rad / sec f c 625 Hz c) 1 20kHz T T
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Course: Electromagnetics
Closedbook,onepageofnotes,calculatorOK! Name:_ ECE390Fall2008 FinalExam IMPORTANT:Doeitherproblem2aOR2b. Theothermaybeconsideredforextracredit Notes:Showyourwork. AllanswersmusthaveproperSIunits. Stateanyassumptionsorapproximationsmade. Potentiallyusefuld
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Course: Electromagnetics
ECE 3317 Prof. David R. Jackson Notes 21 Introduction to Antennas 1 Introduction to Antennas Antennas An antenna is a device that is used to transmit and/or receive an electromagnetic wave. The antenna itself can always transmit or receive, but it maybe u
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468: Digital Image Processing Lecture 11 Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Outline Filtering of images in the frequency domain (Textbook 4.7) 2 MATLAB img = im2double(imread(filename);%read in PQ = 2*size(img);0d the size of pa
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468: Digital Image Processing Lecture 12 Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Image Restoration vs. Image Enhancement Unlike enhancement, improve an image in an objective sense Model the degradation and use the model for image restorat
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Gradients, Harris Corners Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Image Gradient along X-axis Ix (x, y) = I(x + 1, y) 2 0 =4 0 0 | I(x, y) 3 0 0 1 1 5 I(x, y) 0 0 cfw_z Dx (x,y) 2 Image Gradient alo
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468: Digital Image Processing Lecture 10 Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu Friday, October 21, 11 1 Outline Friday, October 21, 11 2D Continuous Fourier Transform (Textbook: 4.5, 4.6) 2 Disclaimer The following slides are just excerpt
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Interpolation, Intensity Transforms Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Spatial Image Transformations Afne transforms: Translation Scaling Rotation Shear 2 Example (x , y ) = T cfw_(x, y) x x y
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Course: Digital Logic Design3
Lecture 11: TV Remote Matthew Shuman October 26th, 2012 1 Introduction Not in text Infrared remote controllers are commonly used in many commercial devices. Digital projectors, VCRs, DVD players, and even televisions are controlled through infrared remote
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Course: Digital Logic Design3
Lecture 13: Structural Verilog Matthew Shuman May 9th, 2012 1 One Bit Comparator Not in text Figure 1: Combinational logic for a 1 bit comparator. Figure 2: Verilog description for a 1 bit comparator. 1 2 Two Bit Comparator Not in text Figure 3: Combinati
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Course: Digital Logic Design3
Lecture 14: Finite State Machines and Parameterized Modules Matthew Shuman May 11th, 2012 1 Combinational Logic in Verilog Review Not in text Figure 1: Initial example to begin lecture. Here are the key details to learn from this example: 1. Line 2: The r
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Course: Digital Logic Design3
Lecture 2: Digital Systems and Binary Numbers Matthew Shuman September 28th, 2012 Logic Gates 1.5 in Text This section covers the background information necessary to understand how binary values and functions are represented and some information about the
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Course: Digital Logic Design3
Lecture 10: Making Beautiful Music Matthew Shuman October 24th, 2012 Design a 4 bit adder Design the combinational logic to add 2 four bit number. Musical Maker Example of Lecture 7 Not in Text 1. Dene the state machine requirements Musical notes are crea
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Course: Digital Logic Design3
Lecture 6: Latches and Flip-Flops Matthew Shuman October 15th, 2012 Introduction 3.1 in Text Every circuit has so far been purely combinational in ECE 271. At any given the outputs are only determined by the current inputs. This chapter explores the desig
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Course: Electromagnetics
Openbook,Opennotes,Calculatorallowed. Name:_ ECE390FinalExam Showyourwork. AllanswersmusthaveproperSIunits. Stateanyassumptionsorapproximationsmade. Answerswhicharevectorsmusthaveadirectionindicated. Use the following material properties: Aluminum(metal):
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Course: Digital Signal Processing4
ECE-464/564 Digital Signal Processing Midterm Exam #2 Thursday, March 1, 2012 4:00 5:00pm (1 hour) Instructions Closed book and closed notes. Two formula sheets (US Letter size) are allowed. You may use a calculator. Please provide all answers according t
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Course: ELECTRONICS I
Your name: 531 ‘52—; am 53 Midterm III November 24, 2014 50 minutes Closed book, .1 single sided 8.5” by 11” sheet with notes OK Cellphones off (Calculator allowed) For your solution to be considered for partial credit, show your work clearly and neatly.
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Course: ELECTRONICS I
Page 1 PROB. 1 (TOTAL: 4.5 points) Figure l The cut—in voltage, V7, for each diode in the circuit shown in Figure l is 0.7V. a) Calculate the currents 1131, ID; and ID3 ﬂowing through diodes D1, D2 and D3 respectively. (3 points) Page 2 1131: 1 '22 mA I
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Course: CMOS INTEGRATED CIRCUITS I
H002. '50th Xu Pfoblaml: I I F'h My W" W W 4W 0/1 MI, 19/11 magma £37; Mo; z $4 SIWKW , [av/£437 f lm 00am # ND)? u m,g.mce 2254 T , 1W 0W5 be «57thsz as Bellow , which 55 CL 75] Mal "59cm W 1%" WW7. m - 2? Thu, Lolwle tmsméwmw 6m : W W34 M2 :.
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Course: Digital Signal Processing4
ECE464/564: Digital Signal Processing HW#1 Solution 4.5 a) xc (t ) 0, | 2 .5000 TheNyquistrateis2timesthehighestfrequency. T 1 sec.ThisavoidsallaliasingintheC/C 10000 converter. b) 1 10kHz T T 1 c 8 10000 c 2 .625rad / sec f c 625 Hz c) 1 20kHz T T
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Course: Computer Organization And Assembly Language Programming
ECE 375 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming Winter 2013 Solutions Set #1 [20 pts] 1- Consider a 1-address CPU that has a memory unit with 128K words of 32 bits each. An instruction is stored in one word of memory. The instruction forma
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Course: ECE
ECE 375 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming Winter 2015 Solutions Set #1 [25 pts] 1- Consider a 1-address CPU that has a memory unit with 128K words of 32 bits each. An instruction is stored in one memory word. The instruction format i
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/* * Original Author: Nathan Kimmel * File: lab3.c * Created: 2012 january 26, 14:22 * Last Modified: 2012 january 26, 15:47 BY NATHAN Kimmel * * This is programming lab 3 */ #include <stdio.h> /* included to allow for printf() to be used*/ #inclu
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/* @file main.c @brief Lab 6 Starter Code @mainpage Lab 6 Starter Code @section intro Code Overview This first lab allows outputs to the LED array and single patteren of lights. You need to revise it so that it outputs lights based on the input f
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#include <stdio.h> /* Include the stdio.h file to allow for printf() to be used*/ #include <stdlib.h> /* @brief Main Function @param void This function does not accept any input variables @return This function would return an error code to the OS if nee
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#include <stdio.h> /* Include the stdio.h file to allow for printf() to be used*/ #include <stdlib.h> /* @brief Main Function @param void This function does not accept any input variables @return This function would return an error code to the OS if neede
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Course: Signals And Systems II
Type fdatool in the command window to start Choose the following: Response Type Choose Fs, Passband & Stopband frequency, Magnitude specifications : Passband=1 and Stopband =60 Set filter order to minimum ( if applicable) Set density factor to 16 ( if app
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Course: SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS I
Power & Energy Continuous Time: E = 2 () /2 1 PPeriodic = 2 ()() /2 /2 PNon-periodic = lim 2 ()() /2 Discrete Time: E = 2 [] 1 PPeriodic = 01 2 [] PNon-periodic = lim 1 2+1 2 [] Frequency & Period 2 = =2*f Periodic IFF: x(t)=x(t+Tp) | x(n)=x(n-Np) P
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Course: SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS I
Power & Energy Continuous Time: E= ( ) / / PPeriodic = ( )( ) PNonperiodic = lim / / Discrete Time: E= [ ] PPeriodic = ( )( ) [ ] PNon-periodic = lim [ ] Signal is energy iff 0 < E < Signal is power iff 0 < P < Even & Odd Functions XEven = [ ( ) + (
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Course: SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS I
LTI &Trig Identities Power & Energy Properties BIBO: |x(t)| Cx 1 |y(t)| Cy Continuous Time: (1cos ( 2 ) ) sin2() = 2 2 Memoryless: Iff present output only depends on present input= x (t )dt E 1 Causal: Iff present output only depends on past (1+cos ( 2 )
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Course: Electromagnetics
SYLLABUS ECE 390 Electric and Magnetic Fields Prof: Albrecht Jander TAs: Office: Kelley 3001 Email: jander@eecs.orst.edu Fall 2012 Fanghui Ren; renf@onid.orst.edu Kevin Archila; archilak@onid.orst.edu Text: Engineering Electromagnetics, by U.S. Inan and A
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Course: CMOS INTEGRATED CIRCUITS I
H002. '50th Xu Pfoblaml: I I F'h My W" W W 4W 0/1 MI, 19/11 magma £37; Mo; z $4 SIWKW , [av/£437 f lm 00am # ND)? u m,g.mce 2254 T , 1W 0W5 be «57thsz as Bellow , which 55 CL 75] Mal "59cm W 1%" WW7. m - 2? Thu, Lolwle tmsméwmw 6m : W W34 M2 :.
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Course: Digital Signal Processing4
ECE464/564: Digital Signal Processing HW#1 Solution 4.5 a) xc (t ) 0, | 2 .5000 TheNyquistrateis2timesthehighestfrequency. T 1 sec.ThisavoidsallaliasingintheC/C 10000 converter. b) 1 10kHz T T 1 c 8 10000 c 2 .625rad / sec f c 625 Hz c) 1 20kHz T T
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Course: Electromagnetics
Closedbook,onepageofnotes,calculatorOK! Name:_ ECE390Fall2008 FinalExam IMPORTANT:Doeitherproblem2aOR2b. Theothermaybeconsideredforextracredit Notes:Showyourwork. AllanswersmusthaveproperSIunits. Stateanyassumptionsorapproximationsmade. Potentiallyusefuld
School: Oregon State
Course: Electromagnetics
ECE 3317 Prof. David R. Jackson Notes 21 Introduction to Antennas 1 Introduction to Antennas Antennas An antenna is a device that is used to transmit and/or receive an electromagnetic wave. The antenna itself can always transmit or receive, but it maybe u
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Course: Electromagnetics
Openbook,Opennotes,Calculatorallowed. Name:_ ECE390FinalExam Showyourwork. AllanswersmusthaveproperSIunits. Stateanyassumptionsorapproximationsmade. Answerswhicharevectorsmusthaveadirectionindicated. Use the following material properties: Aluminum(metal):
School: Oregon State
Course: Computer Organization And Assembly Language Programming
ECE 375 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming Winter 2013 Solutions Set #1 [20 pts] 1- Consider a 1-address CPU that has a memory unit with 128K words of 32 bits each. An instruction is stored in one word of memory. The instruction forma
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Course: ECE
ECE 375 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming Winter 2015 Solutions Set #1 [25 pts] 1- Consider a 1-address CPU that has a memory unit with 128K words of 32 bits each. An instruction is stored in one memory word. The instruction format i
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Course: Digital Image Processing
ECE468/CS519: HOMEWORK 1 due 10/11/2013 Total points for: Undergraduate students (UG): 100 points Graduate students (G): 140 points 1) (UG:40pts / G:80pts) Problems from the textbook: 3.7 (10pts) 3.8 (10pts) Hint: erf(z ) = 2 z 0 exp(t2 )dt, and erf(z
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Course: Electromagnetics
SYLLABUS ECE 390 Electric and Magnetic Fields Prof: Albrecht Jander TAs: Office: Kelley 3001 Email: jander@eecs.orst.edu Fall 2012 Fanghui Ren; renf@onid.orst.edu Kevin Archila; archilak@onid.orst.edu Text: Engineering Electromagnetics, by U.S. Inan and A
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Course: Digital Signal Processing4
ECE-464/564 Digital Signal Processing Midterm Exam #2 Thursday, March 1, 2012 4:00 5:00pm (1 hour) Instructions Closed book and closed notes. Two formula sheets (US Letter size) are allowed. You may use a calculator. Please provide all answers according t
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Course: Computer Organization And Assembly Language Programming4
ECE 375 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming Fall 2013 Solutions Set #1 [20 pts] 1. Consider a 1-address CPU that is able to support 133 instructions (similar to the ATmega128). Each instruction is stored in one word of memory and each
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Course: POWER SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
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Course: POWER SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
BJI A halanced Y-connected generator Iwith terminal voltage Vin. =3Eﬂﬂ volts is con- nected to a balanced-o load Iwhose impedance is lﬂgliﬂ“ ohms per phase. The line im- pedance between the source and. load is 115531)“ ohm [or each phase. The generator ne
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Course: POWER SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
ECE 533 Power Flow Project Introduction The goals of power ow analysis are: to determine what the variables (voltage, power, etc.) are at every bus and traveling through lines, and access what will happen after a fault occurs at any point. The major chall
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Course: POWER SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
ECE 533: Homework #3 Due on November 9, 2015 at 10:00am Power System Analysis 1 ECE 533 (Power System Analysis): Homework #3 Problem 1 Problem 1 6.34: For the three bus system whose Ybus is given below, calculate the second iteration value of V3 using the
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Course: POWER SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
Values: V1 = 20035 V, V2 = 12565 V, Z = j5 P1 = -2500 W Q1 = 3669.87 VAR P12 = 0 W Q12 = 2444.75 VAR P2 = -2500 W Q2 = 1205.12 VAR
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468: Digital Image Processing Lecture 11 Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Outline Filtering of images in the frequency domain (Textbook 4.7) 2 MATLAB img = im2double(imread(filename);%read in PQ = 2*size(img);0d the size of pa
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468: Digital Image Processing Lecture 12 Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Image Restoration vs. Image Enhancement Unlike enhancement, improve an image in an objective sense Model the degradation and use the model for image restorat
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Gradients, Harris Corners Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Image Gradient along X-axis Ix (x, y) = I(x + 1, y) 2 0 =4 0 0 | I(x, y) 3 0 0 1 1 5 I(x, y) 0 0 cfw_z Dx (x,y) 2 Image Gradient alo
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468: Digital Image Processing Lecture 10 Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu Friday, October 21, 11 1 Outline Friday, October 21, 11 2D Continuous Fourier Transform (Textbook: 4.5, 4.6) 2 Disclaimer The following slides are just excerpt
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Interpolation, Intensity Transforms Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Spatial Image Transformations Afne transforms: Translation Scaling Rotation Shear 2 Example (x , y ) = T cfw_(x, y) x x y
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Spatial Sharpening Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Outline MATLAB Sharpening spatial lters (Textbook: 3.5) 2 Image Sharpening 3 Second Derivative Original signal 2nd derivative 4 Second Deriv
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Spatial Filtering Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Outline MATLAB Smoothing spatial lters (Textbook: 3.5) 2 MATLAB 3 MATLAB g = imadjust(f,[low_in; high_in],[low_out; high_out],gamma) 3 MATLAB
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Histogram Equalization & Specication Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Outline Review of probability and statistics Histogram equalization (Textbook: 3.3.1); Histogram specication (Textbook: 3.
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Image Elements Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Outline Image acquisition Image elements Matlab 2 Image Acquisition Image properties depend on: Image acquisition parameters Camera distance, vi
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519 Digital Image Processing ! Introduction Prof. Sinisa Todorovic! ! sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu ECE 468: Digital Image Processing Instructor: ! Sinisa Todorovic! sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu! Ofce:! 2107 Kelley Engineering Center! Ofce Hours
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Course: Electromagnetics
ECE 3317 Prof. David R. Jackson Notes 21 Introduction to Antennas 1 Introduction to Antennas Antennas An antenna is a device that is used to transmit and/or receive an electromagnetic wave. The antenna itself can always transmit or receive, but it maybe u
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468: Digital Image Processing Lecture 11 Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Outline Filtering of images in the frequency domain (Textbook 4.7) 2 MATLAB img = im2double(imread(filename);%read in PQ = 2*size(img);0d the size of pa
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468: Digital Image Processing Lecture 12 Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Image Restoration vs. Image Enhancement Unlike enhancement, improve an image in an objective sense Model the degradation and use the model for image restorat
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Gradients, Harris Corners Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Image Gradient along X-axis Ix (x, y) = I(x + 1, y) 2 0 =4 0 0 | I(x, y) 3 0 0 1 1 5 I(x, y) 0 0 cfw_z Dx (x,y) 2 Image Gradient alo
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468: Digital Image Processing Lecture 10 Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu Friday, October 21, 11 1 Outline Friday, October 21, 11 2D Continuous Fourier Transform (Textbook: 4.5, 4.6) 2 Disclaimer The following slides are just excerpt
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Interpolation, Intensity Transforms Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Spatial Image Transformations Afne transforms: Translation Scaling Rotation Shear 2 Example (x , y ) = T cfw_(x, y) x x y
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Spatial Sharpening Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Outline MATLAB Sharpening spatial lters (Textbook: 3.5) 2 Image Sharpening 3 Second Derivative Original signal 2nd derivative 4 Second Deriv
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Spatial Filtering Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Outline MATLAB Smoothing spatial lters (Textbook: 3.5) 2 MATLAB 3 MATLAB g = imadjust(f,[low_in; high_in],[low_out; high_out],gamma) 3 MATLAB
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Histogram Equalization & Specication Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Outline Review of probability and statistics Histogram equalization (Textbook: 3.3.1); Histogram specication (Textbook: 3.
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519: Digital Image Processing Image Elements Prof. Sinisa Todorovic sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu 1 Outline Image acquisition Image elements Matlab 2 Image Acquisition Image properties depend on: Image acquisition parameters Camera distance, vi
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Course: Digital Image Processing3
ECE 468 / CS 519 Digital Image Processing ! Introduction Prof. Sinisa Todorovic! ! sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu ECE 468: Digital Image Processing Instructor: ! Sinisa Todorovic! sinisa@eecs.oregonstate.edu! Ofce:! 2107 Kelley Engineering Center! Ofce Hours
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Course: ELECTRONICS I
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Course: Transmission Lines And Electromagnetic Waves4
CORRECTIONS TO SOLUTIONS MANUAL In the new edition, some chapter problems have been reordered and equations and gure references have changed. The solutions manual is based on the preview edition and therefore must be corrected to apply to the new edition.
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS
This part is very important! Because, it explains what will be discussed in the rest of the notes and why we study it.
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS
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Course: INTRODUCTION TO ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS
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Outline - Effect of transmission loss - Threshold effect in angle modulation - Preemphasis/deemphasis for FM - Comparison of analog comm. systems
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Course: LINEAR SYSTEM THEORY
Def. The impulse response matrix of a linear, lumped, time-varying system is a matrix map H(,) : RxR Rrxm given by H(t, ) = [h1(t, ), , hm(t, )], where each column hi(t, ) represents the response of the system to the impulsive input u(t) = (t - )i, i Rm,
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Lecture 11: TV Remote Matthew Shuman October 26th, 2012 1 Introduction Not in text Infrared remote controllers are commonly used in many commercial devices. Digital projectors, VCRs, DVD players, and even televisions are controlled through infrared remote
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Lecture 13: Structural Verilog Matthew Shuman May 9th, 2012 1 One Bit Comparator Not in text Figure 1: Combinational logic for a 1 bit comparator. Figure 2: Verilog description for a 1 bit comparator. 1 2 Two Bit Comparator Not in text Figure 3: Combinati
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Lecture 14: Finite State Machines and Parameterized Modules Matthew Shuman May 11th, 2012 1 Combinational Logic in Verilog Review Not in text Figure 1: Initial example to begin lecture. Here are the key details to learn from this example: 1. Line 2: The r
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Lecture 2: Digital Systems and Binary Numbers Matthew Shuman September 28th, 2012 Logic Gates 1.5 in Text This section covers the background information necessary to understand how binary values and functions are represented and some information about the
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Lecture 10: Making Beautiful Music Matthew Shuman October 24th, 2012 Design a 4 bit adder Design the combinational logic to add 2 four bit number. Musical Maker Example of Lecture 7 Not in Text 1. Dene the state machine requirements Musical notes are crea
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Lecture 6: Latches and Flip-Flops Matthew Shuman October 15th, 2012 Introduction 3.1 in Text Every circuit has so far been purely combinational in ECE 271. At any given the outputs are only determined by the current inputs. This chapter explores the desig
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Lecture 7: Synchronous Sequential Logic Matthew Shuman October 17th, 2012 Design Procedure 3.3 in Text Below is a seven step design process for state machines. 1. Dene the state machine requirements 2. State diagram 3. State assignment 4. State table 5. M
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Lecture 8: Synchronous Sequential Logic Example Matthew Shuman October 19th, 2012 1 NES Controller Example of Lecture 7 Not in Text Below is the seven step design process for state machines. 1. Dene the state machine requirements 2. State diagram 3. State
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Lecture 4: Logic Minimization and Logic Blocks Matthew Shuman October 3rd, 2012 Logic Minimization 2.7 in Text Karnaugh Maps Y = CDE + E is used for the following example, which uses standard forms to represent the digital logic expression Y . Take specia
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Lecture 3:Combinational Logic Design Matthew Shuman October 1st, 2012 Boolean Equations 2.2 in Text Order of Operations The order of operations for standard algebra is listed below: 1. Parenthesis 2. Exponents 3. Multiplication 4. Division 5. Addition 6.
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Lecture 5: Timing Matthew Shuman October 5th, 2012 Logic Gate Timing 2.9 in Text The contamination delay, tcd , is the fastest that the logic gate will change output based on a changed input. The propagation delay, tpd , is the slowest that the logic gate
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Lecture 1: Digital Systems and Number Systems Matthew Shuman September 26th, 2012 The Digital Abstraction 1.3 in Text Analog Systems Analog systems are continuous. Look at the analog clock in gure 1. The second hand on the clock rotates continuously aroun
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Design for Electrical and Computer Engineers: Theory Concepts and Practice By Ford, Ralph; Coulston, Chris Your Career in the Electrical, Electronics, and Computer . Guidance materials for pre-college students considering careers in electrical, electronic
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Lecture 4: Logic Minimization and Logic Blocks Matthew Shuman Logic Minimization 2.7 in Text Karnaugh Maps Y = CDE + E is used for the following example, which uses standard forms to represent the digital logic expression Y . Take special notice in how ma
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Course: Digital Logic Design3
Lecture 2: Digital Systems and Binary Numbers Matthew Shuman Logic Gates 1.5 in Text This section covers the background information necessary to understand how binary values and functions are represented and some information about the analog traits of a d
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Lecture 3:Combinational Logic Design Matthew Shuman Boolean Equations 2.2 in Text Order of Operations The order of operations for standard algebra is listed below: 1. Parenthesis 2. Exponents 3. Multiplication 4. Division 5. Addition 6. Subtraction A well
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Lecture 1: Digital Systems and Number Systems Matthew Shuman October 2nd, 2013 The Digital Abstraction 1.3 in Text Analog Systems Analog systems are continuous. Look at the analog clock in gure 1. The second hand on the clock rotates continuously around o
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Lecture 7: Synchronous Sequential Logic Matthew Shuman Design Procedure 3.3 in Text Below is a seven step design process for state machines. 1. Dene the state machine requirements 2. State diagram 3. State assignment 4. State table 5. Minimizations 6. Sta
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Lecture 6: Latches and Flip-Flops Matthew Shuman Introduction 3.1 in Text Every circuit has so far been purely combinational in ECE 271. At any given the outputs are only determined by the current inputs. This chapter explores the design and construction
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Lecture 5: Timing Matthew Shuman Logic Gate Timing 2.9 in Text The contamination delay, tcd , is the fastest that the logic gate will change output based on a changed input. The propagation delay, tpd , is the slowest that the logic gate will change outpu
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E CE352 20 Elementary signals 1. Exponential CT x(t) = Beat, a, B real a < 0 : decaying a > 0 : growing a = 0 : DC DT x[n] = Brn 0 < r < 1 : decaying r>1: growing r=1: DC 2. Sinusoidal CT DT x(t) = A cos(t + ) x[n] = A cos(n + ) E CE352 21 Elementary si
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Openbook,Opennotes,Calculatorallowed. Name:_ ECE390FinalExam Showyourwork. AllanswersmusthaveproperSIunits. Stateanyassumptionsorapproximationsmade. Answerswhicharevectorsmusthaveadirectionindicated. Use the following material properties: Aluminum(metal):
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ECE-464/564 Digital Signal Processing Midterm Exam #2 Thursday, March 1, 2012 4:00 5:00pm (1 hour) Instructions Closed book and closed notes. Two formula sheets (US Letter size) are allowed. You may use a calculator. Please provide all answers according t
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Your name: 531 ‘52—; am 53 Midterm III November 24, 2014 50 minutes Closed book, .1 single sided 8.5” by 11” sheet with notes OK Cellphones off (Calculator allowed) For your solution to be considered for partial credit, show your work clearly and neatly.
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Page 1 PROB. 1 (TOTAL: 4.5 points) Figure l The cut—in voltage, V7, for each diode in the circuit shown in Figure l is 0.7V. a) Calculate the currents 1131, ID; and ID3 ﬂowing through diodes D1, D2 and D3 respectively. (3 points) Page 2 1131: 1 '22 mA I
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Differential Equation Steps to solve: Convert time function to the Laplace domain: ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Partial Fraction Expansion Possibly Types: Repeated Roots: See example Equal degree polynomial: Long Divide Higher degree numerator: Long Divide ( ) (0 ) (
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Find h(t) the inverse bilateral LT of: +1 ( )= ( + 1) ROC for causal H? Causal implies RSS. Possible ranges of x are: ( ) > 0 & ( ) > 1 ROC: ( ) > 1 Finding h(t): Use P.F.E. (needs division) 1 + +1 + 0 1-s +1 1 ( )= = 1+ ( + 1) ( + 1) PFE: 1 + ( ) Differe
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Differential Equation Steps to solve: Convert time function to the Laplace domain: ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Partial Fraction Expansion Possibly Types: Repeated Roots: See example Equal degree polynomial: Long Divide Higher degree numerator: Long Divide ( ) (0 ) (
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ECE 390 Final Notesheet Electrostatic Force on an Electric Charge: F Q1 = Q1 E Q2 Electrostatic in Materials (Maxwells Equations): D ds = Qf ree D = f ree S E =0 D= E dl = 0 (Gauss Law) (KVL) C oE + P Electrostatic in Linear Isotropic Materia
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Name: _ ECE390 Midterm Exam Closed book, closed notes, calculators allowed. No computers. Show your work for partial credit. All answers must have appropriate SI units. Clearly state any assumptions or approximations made. Your answers may contain commonl
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Closed book, closed notes, calculator OK! No cell phones or other wireless devices allowed! Name: _ ECE390 Fall 2013 Final Exam Telepathic communication and divine inspiration are strictly prohibited during the exam. Show your work! All numeric answers mu
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ECE353: Intro. to Probability and Random Signals Dr. Raviv Raich Midterm I (April 30, 2013) The duration of the exam is 80 minutes (2:00pm-3:20pm). This is a closed-book exam. Only one sheet of formulae is allowed. No calculators are allowed. Unless other
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ECE353: Intro. to Probability and Random Signals Dr. Raviv Raich Midterm I (May 3, 2012) The duration of the exam is 80 minutes (2:00pm-3:20pm). This is a closed-book exam. Only one sheet of formulae is allowed. No calculators are allowed. Unless otherwis
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Course: Digital Logic Design3
ECE 271 Midterm #2 Spring 2013 Name_ Sequential Logic Timing (20 Points) 1. Use the following specifications for the pipline of digital logic below. Flip-Flops Tccq = 30 ps Tpcq = 75 ps Tsetup = 90 ps Thold = 40 ps Combo Logic Tcd = 5 ps Tpd = 50 ps a. Wh
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ECE468: EXAM 1 NAME: INSTRUCTIONS This is a 45 minute exam containing THREE problems: 1.11.5; 2.12.4; 3.13.2 For the exam, you may use the textbook, one letter-size crib sheet, calculator, and pens/pencils Cheating during the exam will result in a failing
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ECE468: FINAL EXAM December 7, 2009 NAME: INSTRUCTIONS This is a 70 minute exam containing FOUR problems Each student is expected to practice honorable behavior during the exam Cheating during the exam will result in a failing grade for the entire course
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ECE468: EXAM 2 NAME: INSTRUCTIONS This is a 45 minute exam containing FIVE problems For the exam, you may use the textbook, one letter-size crib sheet, calculator, and pens/pencils Cheating during the exam will result in a failing grade for the entire cou
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ECE468: EXAM 2 NAME: INSTRUCTIONS This is a 60 minute exam containing FOUR problems: 1.11.3; 2; 3; 4 For the exam, you may use the textbook, one letter-size crib sheet, calculator, and pens/pencils Cheating during the exam will result in a failing grade f
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ECE468: EXAM 1 NAME: INSTRUCTIONS This is a 45 minute exam containing THREE problems: 1.11.5; 2; and 3.13.2 For the exam, you may use the textbook, one letter-size crib sheet, calculator, and pens/pencils Cheating during the exam will result in a failing
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ECE468: FINAL EXAM NAME: INSTRUCTIONS This is a closed-book exam containing 12 questions Each student is expected to practice honorable behavior during the exam Cheating during the exam will result in a failing grade for the entire course Working on the e
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Course: Computer Organization And Assembly Language Programming4
MID-TERM ECE 375 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming Winter 2013 Instructions This exam consists of four hand-graded problems that should be presented in a well-organized and readable form. Be sure to state assumptions and explanatory
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Name: Midterm Exam 1 ID#: CS311 Operating Systems 1 Please read all instructions prior to beginning a given portion of the exam. It is recommended that you read the entire exam prior to starting, as well. Please write nothing more than your name and ID nu
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1. [10 pts total] [5pts] Make up a transfer function H(s) where phase of Bode plot looks like this. [5pts] What is Rout? ROUT = ? Q2 R1 R2 Q1 2. [25 pts total] Find the small-signal gain [10pts] and the upper 3dB frequency H (considering the intrinsic cap
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ECE464/564: Digital Signal Processing HW#1 Solution 4.5 a) xc (t ) 0, | 2 .5000 TheNyquistrateis2timesthehighestfrequency. T 1 sec.ThisavoidsallaliasingintheC/C 10000 converter. b) 1 10kHz T T 1 c 8 10000 c 2 .625rad / sec f c 625 Hz c) 1 20kHz T T
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ECE 375 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming Winter 2013 Solutions Set #1 [20 pts] 1- Consider a 1-address CPU that has a memory unit with 128K words of 32 bits each. An instruction is stored in one word of memory. The instruction forma
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ECE 375 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming Winter 2015 Solutions Set #1 [25 pts] 1- Consider a 1-address CPU that has a memory unit with 128K words of 32 bits each. An instruction is stored in one memory word. The instruction format i
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ECE468/CS519: HOMEWORK 1 due 10/11/2013 Total points for: Undergraduate students (UG): 100 points Graduate students (G): 140 points 1) (UG:40pts / G:80pts) Problems from the textbook: 3.7 (10pts) 3.8 (10pts) Hint: erf(z ) = 2 z 0 exp(t2 )dt, and erf(z
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ECE 375 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming Fall 2013 Solutions Set #1 [20 pts] 1. Consider a 1-address CPU that is able to support 133 instructions (similar to the ATmega128). Each instruction is stored in one word of memory and each
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BJI A halanced Y-connected generator Iwith terminal voltage Vin. =3Eﬂﬂ volts is con- nected to a balanced-o load Iwhose impedance is lﬂgliﬂ“ ohms per phase. The line im- pedance between the source and. load is 115531)“ ohm [or each phase. The generator ne
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ECE 533 Power Flow Project Introduction The goals of power ow analysis are: to determine what the variables (voltage, power, etc.) are at every bus and traveling through lines, and access what will happen after a fault occurs at any point. The major chall
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ECE 533: Homework #3 Due on November 9, 2015 at 10:00am Power System Analysis 1 ECE 533 (Power System Analysis): Homework #3 Problem 1 Problem 1 6.34: For the three bus system whose Ybus is given below, calculate the second iteration value of V3 using the
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Values: V1 = 20035 V, V2 = 12565 V, Z = j5 P1 = -2500 W Q1 = 3669.87 VAR P12 = 0 W Q12 = 2444.75 VAR P2 = -2500 W Q2 = 1205.12 VAR
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ECE 322 Homework 10 Handout Date: Dec. 01, 2014 Due Date: Dec. 05, 2014, 5pm (Slip under instructors office door in KEC 3021) Important: It is ok to discuss homework problems with your classmates. However, a) You are required to acknowledge assistance(*)
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ECE 322 (Not required to turn in) Homework 8 Handout Date: Nov. 17, 2014 Important: It is ok to discuss homework problems with your classmates. However, a) You are required to acknowledge assistance(*) from your classmates. You will not be penalized for d
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ECE 322 Due Date: Homework 9 Handout Date: Nov. 24, 2014 Dec. 01, 2014 Important: It is ok to discuss homework problems with your classmates. However, a) You are required to acknowledge assistance(*) from your classmates. You will not be penalized for doi
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ECE 322 Due Date: Homework 5 Handout Date: Oct. 27, 2014 Nov. 03, 2014 Important: It is ok to discuss homework problems with your classmates. However, a) You are required to acknowledge assistance(*) from your classmates. You will not be penalized for doi
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ECE 322 Homework 2 Handout Date: Oct. 06, 2014 Due Date: Oct. 13, 2014 Important: It is ok to discuss homework problems with your classmates. However, a) You are required to acknowledge assistance(*) from your classmates. You will not be penalized for doi
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ECE 322 Due Date: Homework 3 Handout Date: Oct. 13, 2014 Oct. 20, 2014 Important: It is ok to discuss homework problems with your classmates. However, a) You are required to acknowledge assistance(*) from your classmates. You will not be penalized for doi
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ECE 322 Due Date: Homework 6 Handout Date: Nov. 03, 2014 Nov. 10, 2014 Important: It is ok to discuss homework problems with your classmates. However, a) You are required to acknowledge assistance(*) from your classmates. You will not be penalized for doi
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ECE 322 Due Date: Homework 4 Handout Date: Oct. 20, 2014 Oct. 27, 2014 Important: It is ok to discuss homework problems with your classmates. However, a) You are required to acknowledge assistance(*) from your classmates. You will not be penalized for doi
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ECE 322 Due Date: Homework 1 Handout Date: Sept. 29, 2014 Oct. 06, 2014 Important: It is ok to discuss homework problems with your classmates. However, a) You are required to acknowledge assistance(*) from your classmates. You will not be penalized for do
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ECE 323 HW # 6 Prob-1. Determine in which of the two cases (a) gmp > gmn (b) gmp < gmn the circuit will be unstable and why? gmp and gmn are respective transconductances of MP and MN. Vcc MP Vcc -1 Vin Vout MN R1 R2 ECE 323 HW # 6 2000 Prob-2. A second or
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ECE 323 HW # 3 Prob. 1-3: Find the expression for small signal Rin, Gm, Rout and Gain for all the circuits. Assume all the BJTs are biased in forward active region and MOSFETs in saturation. Consider ro = Prob.1 Vcc Vcc RC RC Vout RB Vin RB Vin Q1 Q1 Vou
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ECE323 Homework2 FindexpressionforRin,Routandsmallsignalvoltagegain(Av=GmRout)forthecircuitshownbelow. Assume:1)ro=,2)Alltransistorarebiasedinsaturation. 3) 2) 1) RD RD RG Vout RD RG RG VB Vout Vin Rs Vin Vout Rs Rs Vin 5) 4) RD Vout RG 6) M3 Vout M3 RD R
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/* * Original Author: Nathan Kimmel * File: lab3.c * Created: 2012 january 26, 14:22 * Last Modified: 2012 january 26, 15:47 BY NATHAN Kimmel * * This is programming lab 3 */ #include <stdio.h> /* included to allow for printf() to be used*/ #inclu
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/* @file main.c @brief Lab 6 Starter Code @mainpage Lab 6 Starter Code @section intro Code Overview This first lab allows outputs to the LED array and single patteren of lights. You need to revise it so that it outputs lights based on the input f
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#include <stdio.h> /* Include the stdio.h file to allow for printf() to be used*/ #include <stdlib.h> /* @brief Main Function @param void This function does not accept any input variables @return This function would return an error code to the OS if nee
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#include <stdio.h> /* Include the stdio.h file to allow for printf() to be used*/ #include <stdlib.h> /* @brief Main Function @param void This function does not accept any input variables @return This function would return an error code to the OS if neede
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Type fdatool in the command window to start Choose the following: Response Type Choose Fs, Passband & Stopband frequency, Magnitude specifications : Passband=1 and Stopband =60 Set filter order to minimum ( if applicable) Set density factor to 16 ( if app
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ECE352 Signals and Systems II Winter 201 4 Laboratory 4 Assignment TIJUANA TAXI LOCATION PROBLEM ( ACOUSTIC DIRECTION FINDING ) Lab Dates: Weeks 7 and 8 Lab Report Due Date: At the beginning of the lab on Mar. 4th for Tuesday session; Mar 5th for Wednesda
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ECE352 Signals and Systems II Winter 201 4 Laboratory 3 Assignment ANALOG FILTERS: TEMPORAL AND FREQUENCY CIRCUIT ANALYSIS Lab Dates: Weeks 5 and 6 Lab Report Due Date: At the beginning of the lab on Feb 18th for Tuesday session; Feb 19th for Wednesday se
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ECE352 Signals and Systems II Winter 201 4 Laboratory 2 Assignment IMAGE SPATIAL ANALYSIS Lab Dates: Weeks 3 and 4 Lab Report Due Date: At the beginning of the lab on Feb 4th for Tuesday session; Feb 5th for Wednesday session; Feb 6th for Thursday session
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ECE352: Signals and Systems II - Winter 2014 Laboratory 1 Assignment DATA ACQUISITION, IMPORT, AND EXPORT Lab Dates: two weeks (1st and 2nd) Lab Report Due Date: At the beginning of the lab on Jan 21st for Tuesday session; Jan 22nd for Wednesday session;
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Matthew Cook ECE 272 A) Another interfacing problem could be hooking the wires up to incorrect pins. Or even putting the wires in too far, causing a fluctuating current. This in turn messes with your outputs. B) Now, you want a 5V output so we'll have tha
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Matthew Cook ECE 272 Study Question StudyQuestion: If you implemented a Mealy model, comment on how the TekBot would react differently if you had implemented a Moore model. If you implemented a Moore model, comment on how the TekBot would react differentl
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Matthew Cook ENGR 272 Lab 4 4 A) Ok lets start with changing the program in which we design our digital logic Xilinx. That program was very difficult to deal with, and caused headache and grief within the team. I felt like the instructions were a little v
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Power & Energy Continuous Time: E = 2 () /2 1 PPeriodic = 2 ()() /2 /2 PNon-periodic = lim 2 ()() /2 Discrete Time: E = 2 [] 1 PPeriodic = 01 2 [] PNon-periodic = lim 1 2+1 2 [] Frequency & Period 2 = =2*f Periodic IFF: x(t)=x(t+Tp) | x(n)=x(n-Np) P
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Power & Energy Continuous Time: E= ( ) / / PPeriodic = ( )( ) PNonperiodic = lim / / Discrete Time: E= [ ] PPeriodic = ( )( ) [ ] PNon-periodic = lim [ ] Signal is energy iff 0 < E < Signal is power iff 0 < P < Even & Odd Functions XEven = [ ( ) + (
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LTI &Trig Identities Power & Energy Properties BIBO: |x(t)| Cx 1 |y(t)| Cy Continuous Time: (1cos ( 2 ) ) sin2() = 2 2 Memoryless: Iff present output only depends on present input= x (t )dt E 1 Causal: Iff present output only depends on past (1+cos ( 2 )
School: Oregon State
Course: Electromagnetics
SYLLABUS ECE 390 Electric and Magnetic Fields Prof: Albrecht Jander TAs: Office: Kelley 3001 Email: jander@eecs.orst.edu Fall 2012 Fanghui Ren; renf@onid.orst.edu Kevin Archila; archilak@onid.orst.edu Text: Engineering Electromagnetics, by U.S. Inan and A